Research interests : Nonlinear Dynamical Systems and their applications in Biology (Mathematical Neuroscience and Computational Toxicology)
        I study the spatio-temporal dynamics of complex systems coming from the mathematical modeling of biological systems. My approach is to use computer simulations and to develop mathematical tools coming from the theory of nonlinear differential equations and discrete equations In the context of  computational neuroscience I mainly focus on excitable media and neural networks. The goal of this research is twofold: first to understand information processing in the brain and the neuronal coding of information from a single nerve cell to large network of neurons. My activities in computational toxicology focus on physiologically based pharmacokinetics models.

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